In Shiny Angles in Angular Time, Archibald and Ring redefine the black box theater as a kind of magic box – a site containing properties both real and imagined.
A hyperactive landscape saturated and contaminated by shards of movement, image, and language gives way to a more spacious and meditative world. For an intimate audience in an immersive environment, this is an in-progress version of a full-evening piece. Part 3 of Linda Austin’s “(Un)Made” triptych of works.
Linda and her collaborators have invited a diverse group of 18 community participants to learn, perform, and find pleasure in a tender and richly patterned tapestry of group behaviors including singing, walking, bell-ringing, and yes, dancing. Informal rituals, texts, songs and interactions with everyday objects generate a web of transitory relationships that are both celebrated and mourned.
Performance Works NorthWest || Linda Austin Dance presents A head of time a new ensemble work by Linda Austin WHO: Choreographer Linda Austin, collaborating with sound artist Seth Nehil, and … Continue reading A head of time || Linda Austin Dance